2011 workshops Resources

Workshop Resources

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Workshop Presentations and Handouts

  • In alphabetical order by session letter then primary presenter.
  • For workshops in which more than one handout was provided, all files are included in the workshop handout download.
  • Some files are very large and will take a while to download.
  • Not all workshops are documented here. Presenters who have not submitted materials are encouraged to do so; send materials to Kathy Blaisdell at office@theibsc.org.

Session

Workshop Presenters and Title

A2

Geoff Burgess, Saint Kentigern School, New Zealand

Values in Action: Growing Character through Service

Presentation

Handouts

A3

John Chalvatzis, Ipswich Grammar School, Australia

A Boy-Friendly School

Presentation

Handouts

A4

Genevieve Dillon, Trinity Grammar School, Kew, Australia

Leigh Attwood, Trinity Grammar School, Kew, Australia

Christian Gregory, Trinity Grammar School, Kew, Australia

Catering for Hungry Minds: A Differentiated Curriculum for Fourteen to Sixteen-Year Old Boys

Presentation

Handouts

A7

Mike Grenier, Eton College, United Kingdom

The Anxiety of Influence; The Influence of Anxiety

Presentation

A9

Stephen Houpt, St. Mark's School of Texas, USA

Responding to the Global Achievement Gap through Group Work and Critical Thinking

Handouts

A11

Joseph Lignore, The Haverford School, USA

Skills Enhancement Program: Changing Personal Performance Expectations of Boys

PresentationHandouts

A12

Diane Marcus, City of London School, United Kingdom

David Smart, City of London School, United Kingdom

Sons and Fathers

Handouts

A15

Jenny Smith, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

What Gifted Boys’ Understandings of Their School Experience Tell Us about Teaching and Learning in the Regular Classroom.

Handouts

B1

Jacqueline Brewer, Barker College, Australia

Can boys be motivated to tell us what they really think and learn using drama and poetry? Yes they can!

Presentation

B5

Hilary Dixon, Cranbrook School, NSW, Australia, Australia

Mark McAndrew, Cranbrook School, NSW, Australia, Australia

Shifting Gears: Using a Teaching and Learning Framework to Drive Pedagogy and Practice

Handouts

B7

Josep-Lluís González, Eton College, United Kingdom

Gender Matters: Bucking National Trends in the Teaching of Modern Foreign Languages

Presentation

Handouts

B8

John Hensley, Barker College, Australia

Evaluating Your School’s Mental Health Status, Pastoral Structure and Wellbeing Programs

Presentation

Handouts

"Mental Health Report Card"

B10

Win Jones, Tauranga Boys' College, New Zealand

Robert Mangan, Tauranga Boys' College, New Zealand

From Zero to Heroes

Presentation

Handouts

B11

Phil Kokotailo, The Roxbury Latin School, USA

Patrick Gallagher, University School, USA

Tradition as Inspiration

Presentation

B13

Michael Reichert, Saint Edmond's Academy, USA

Knighthood: An Imaginative, Integrated, Cross-curricular Strategy for Engaging Middle School Boys

Presentation

Handouts

C2

Emily Cathcart, Fairfield Country Day School, USA

Develop a Sense of Wonder with Science Notebooks

Handouts

C5

Richard Dower, The Roxbury Latin School, USA

Peter Hyde, Roxbury Latin School, USA

What's the Right Answer? Doubt, Uncertainty, and Provisional Truth in Science

Presentation

Handouts

C7

Karen Jordan, Woodberry Forest School, USA

The Past is Always Present: Using Technology to Teach Boys about War

Presentation

Handouts

C11

Jason Parker, Trinity-Pawling School, USA

Slap It! Throw It! Yell It!: Using Games to Facilitate Learning in the Classroom

Handouts

C13

Mark Sturgeon, Dr Challoner's Grammar School, United Kingdom

Mark Fenton, Dr Challoner's Grammar School,

Enhancing Learning in the Curriculum – The story of Dr Challoner’s Grammar School

Presentation

C15

Gregory Woodrow, Wellington College, United Kingdom

The Problems with Boys: A Whole School Pastoral Care Initiative

Presentation

D6

Catherine Garrett, Scotch College, Melbourne, Australia

Leap into Civility

Presentation

D8

Abigail James, Rockhouse Associates, USA

The Atypical Boy: How Do We Fit the Verbal and Auditory Learner into a Boys’ School?

Presentation

Handouts

D9

Michael Kelynack, Barker College, Australia

What Are the Essential Operational Qualities of a Successful Coach-Trainer/Facilitator?

Presentation

Handouts

D12

Anne Murray, Crescent School, Canada

Resilience for Life: Building Strong Mothers and Strong Sons across the Bridge of Adolescence

Presentation

Handouts

D14

Charles Streff, The Fenn School, USA

Inspiring Healing in the Aftermath: A Discussion of School-wide Interventions following a Young Alumnus' Suicide.

Handouts

E1

David Anderson, Shore School, Australia

Rod Morrison, Shore School, Australia

The Role of Sport in Boys' Schools

Presentation

Handouts

E3

Caron Daley, St. Michael's Choir School, Canada

Moved to Learn: Kinesthetic Learning in the Music Classroom and the Multidisciplinary Impact of Dalcroze Eurhythmics

Presentation

E7

Matt Hjertstedt, St. Mark's School of Texas, USA

Scott Gonzalez, St. Mark's School of Texas, USA

Sports-Related Concussion Management: A Comprehensive Approach for Return to Social, Academic, And Athletic Activity

Presentation

Handouts

E9

Di Laycock, Barker College, Australia

Graphic Novels: Different Texts for Different Times

Handouts

E12

Rick Seay, Montgomery Bell Academy, USA

Beth Warner, Montgomery Bell Academy, USA

Inspiring Boys, Inspiring Teachers: Combining Academic Advising with Professional Development

Presentation

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